Ray Butterworth
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Are countries with lower life expectancy expected to have lower death rates due to Coronavirus?
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Age is a red herring, only a secondary characteristic correlating to death rates. It's people that are already seriously ill or already have weak immune systems that are most likely to die soon after ...

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What would have happened had Covid-19 not been treated as something special?
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I think the following quoted article mostly answers my question. The current, sometimes draconian, measures are not being taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19, only to reduce the rate at which it ...

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What are the differences between internal organs between sub-saharan Africans and Northern Europeans?
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why would natural selection stop at skin level? The division of humanity into "races" was not natural. Yes, some (e.g. darker skin in sunnier locations) was natural, but for the most part ...

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What level of alcohol in food is dangerous for children?
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Google "alcohol content of bread" and you'll see: 1.9% Alcohol. However, during the baking process, most of the alcohol in the dough evaporates into the atmosphere. This is basically the same ...

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Is tomato paste healthier than fresh tomatoes?
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Whether specific foods are actually healthier is debatable, but when it comes to the abundance of nutrients such as lycopene, conclusive measurements can be made. Cooked sauce also had the effect ...

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